In category: 4. Residences
Named after the quarry-turned-nature-area located behind it, Quarry View Residence is townhouse-style living that opened in the fall of 2003. Students live in single rooms and share a common living space and kitchen.
Named after Brock’s first director of Residences and former athletic director, the Arnie Lowenberger Residence was built in 2003 and has 311 beds. It was designed by Teeple Architects.
The Village Residence was opened in 1989 but has expanded three times since then. It is a non-traditional style residence, with five students in three single-rooms and one double-room sharing a common living space, as well as a kitchen.
This residence, named after a former Brock president, opened in 2001 and is home to 255 students.
This residence is named after Gordon and Betty Vallee, long-time supporters of Brock. It accommodates 251 students and has a common lounge and study rooms. A covered walkway connects Vallee Residence to the east end of Decew.